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The Corporation pub in Canton seeks extended licensing hours

The Corporation pub in Canton seeks extended licensing hours
January 3, 2013 No Comments »

Plans to extend the opening hours of a Cardiff pub have been met with anger by residents, who claim they are already suffering as a result of noise, foul language and litter from the Canton bar. Greene King Brewing and ... Read More »

Bid to extend Old St Mellons pub licence sparks opposition from residents

Bid to extend Old St Mellons pub licence sparks opposition from residents
December 12, 2012 No Comments »

Residents have expressed outrage over an application to extend the licence of a Cardiff pub which had its permission to sell alcohol revoked following a mass brawl outside the premises. The Star Inn, on Newport Road, Old St Mellons, initially ... Read More »

Proposals for late-night alcohol delivery service knocked back by councillors

Proposals for late-night alcohol delivery service knocked back by councillors
August 31, 2012 No Comments »

Proposals to open a late-night alcohol delivery service on an industrial estate in Penylan have been rejected by Cardiff Council’s licensing sub-committee this morning. Jasim Uddin Ahmed had applied for a licence to sell alcohol from his proposed business Connies ... Read More »

Roath Tesco Metro asks for more hours to sell alcohol

Roath Tesco Metro asks for more hours to sell alcohol
August 30, 2012 No Comments »

Cardiff’s licensing sub committee will meet again tomorrow morning, with three applications set to be considered by councillors. All the documentation that will go before the committee can be found here. Tesco Metro, 11-17 Albany Road, Roath The Tesco store ... Read More »

Licensing preview: August 2012

Licensing preview: August 2012
August 21, 2012 5 Comments »

Cardiff Council’s licensing sub-committee will meet this Friday to discuss three potentially controversial applications for permission to sell alcohol. Details of the applications – for the Ali Baba Shop in Clifton Street, Rhymney Brewery on Albany Road, and the new ... Read More »

Rhymney Brewery applies for alcohol licence despite lack of permission for Roath “real ale bar”

Rhymney Brewery applies for alcohol licence despite lack of permission for Roath “real ale bar”
June 26, 2012 2 Comments »

A brewery has applied for permission to serve alcohol in what it says would be Cardiff’s first “real ale bar”, despite being refused planning permission for the new business venture. Rhymney Brewery Ltd revealed plans last November to turn the ... Read More »

Family-run Cyncoed business granted booze licence

May 20, 2011 No Comments »

A family run business has been given permission to sell booze in a leafy suburb of Cardiff. Cyncoed residents backed an application for AJs Best Bargains to serve alcohol from 8am to 10.30pm and increase competition in the area. Cyncoed ... Read More »

Council refuse new off licence on St Mary Street

Council refuse new off licence on St Mary Street
May 20, 2011 3 Comments »

Growing fears over the amount of street drinking have scuppered a bid to open a new off licence in the centre of Cardiff. The Nisa chain wanted to sell alcohol from 10am to 9pm every day at a new store ... Read More »

Licensing round-up: New off-licence wants to sell booze on St Mary Street

Licensing round-up: New off-licence wants to sell booze on St Mary Street
May 19, 2011 No Comments »

A new mini-supermarket seeking to sell alcohol on St Mary Street faces objections from South Wales Police. The Nisa store is within the city centre saturation zone and wants to sell alcohol from 10am to 11pm. Pink Bubbles Ltd, the ... Read More »

Two new lap dancing clubs approved for Cardiff

Two new lap dancing clubs approved for Cardiff
April 5, 2011 5 Comments »

The number of lap-dancing clubs in Cardiff will double from two to four, as plans were approved by councillors today. A pair of sex entertainment businesses want to open new striptease parlours in St Mary Street and at Mill Lane ... Read More »